Car Recalls

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Does your car have a recall?

What is a recall?

A recall takes place after a large safety issue is brought to a car manufacturer’s attention. Engine issues, supplemental restraint system (SRS) problems, or other items may make the vehicle unsafe or hazardous to operate. At that point, a manufacturer must notify owners of affected vehicles that a recall is happening, what is involved, and then take steps to correct the issue. This correction must be performed at no cost to the consumer.

Where can I take care of a recall on my vehicle?

While independent shops can be a great place to have your car repaired or maintained, if your vehicle is subject to a recall, only an authorized dealership can perform the repair. Click HERE to find a RepairPal Certified Dealer in your area. Recalls are required to be done free of charge to the owner and do not expire, so be wary of anyone who tries to charge you for one.

Is a 'campaign' the same as a recall?

Campaigns are not the same as recalls. A vehicle may experience issues not related to its safety after it is released. In some of these cases, the manufacturer may create a campaign to correct the issue for free while the vehicle is under warranty. Any documentation you receive from the manufacturer should state explicitly whether your issue is a recall or a campaign.

See below for the most recent recalls

Summary on November 29, 1991
The reverse servo apply pin may bind in the case which could cause reverse band distress (loss or slipping of reverse), reverse band drag in drive range (poor performance -- poor power), or the transmission to remain in reverse while the shift indicator shows neutral gear position.
4 models affected
RepairPal Expert Overview on November 27, 1991
Due to a computer program error, certain digits of the gvwr and the gawr appeared in incorrect locations on the certification label located on the left front door of the subject vehicles.
1 model affected
Summary on November 27, 1991
Brake indicator light may not light when ignition is in the "on" position, the parking brake is applied, and the shift selector is in the park or neutral gear range.
1 model affected
RepairPal Expert Overview on November 25, 1991

The rear brake line may wear through, causing a fluid leak and loss of brakes.

General Motors contacted owners of affected vehicles in November 1991. You can check with your dealer to see if your vehicle is involved in this program. It is helpful to have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on hand when you contact them.

1 model affected
Summary on November 22, 1991
The console mounted shift lever may disengage from the shift control cable bracket causing loss of gear indicator reference and shift selector operation.
2 models affected
Summary on November 21, 1991
The brake pedal pad attachment to the pedal arm may not have adequate strength due to mislocation of welds, and could break.
2 models affected
Summary on November 20, 1991
Safety belt anchorages did not meet load requirements of fmvss 210; belt anchorage bar pulled through the floor of vehicle when subjected to loads of fmvss 210 test.
1 model affected
RepairPal Expert Overview on November 12, 1991
A washer in the cargo area light may not be properly attached, and may have fallen in the cargo light during assembly. if this occurred, and the three position light switch is in the middle position, and the tailgate is open, the washer can cause a short circuit in the light.
1 model affected
Summary on October 31, 1991
Secondary hood latch assemblies can corrode, causing a high latch release effort and possibly preventing the hood from latching properly when it is closed.
2 models affected
Summary on October 25, 1991
Under certain vehicle operations and occupant usage conditions, the safety belts can lockup or jam in the safety belt retractor.
1 model affected
RepairPal Expert Overview on October 16, 1991
The left and right seat safety belt assemblies are not interchangeable. some left seat safety belt assemblies were installed on the the right side of the car.
1 model affected
Summary on October 8, 1991
When applied, the parking brake lever assembly may release one or more teeth, reducing the cable load to the rear brakes.
5 models affected
RepairPal Expert Overview on October 2, 1991

The heater blower motor which runs the fan for the ventilation system can overheat due to corrosion from water intrusion. This can cause a fire hazard.

Recalls on your Chrysler must be performed by a Chrysler dealership. Chrysler notified owners of affected vehicles in 1991. If you did not receive a notification, but wish to check to see if your vehicle is included, please contact one of your local Chrysler dealerships. They will also check for any other uncompleted recalls on your vehicle. For best results, be prepared to provide your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to the service department consultant you speak with.

2 models affected
Summary on September 30, 1991
Front door interlock striker may fail, causing door frame collapse and insufficient strength for the shoulder belt anchorage.
2 models affected
RepairPal Expert Overview on September 26, 1991
Front disc brake rotors of the subject vehicles may experience severe corrosion if operated in areas where calcium chloride and sodium chloride are used extensively.
3 models affected
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